Have an early morning job at Ground right now loading trucks. However, I've gotten tired of always getting screwed over by the manager even though I'm there everyday and scan all my boxes(I'm too much of a nice guy, sadly), so I'm ready to leave this place asap; I would move to another belt, but they probably won't allow that . Anyhow, is loading a truck for UPS pretty much the same job? Right now I'm loading anywhere around 650-780 boxes per day for 3 trucks. 4 hours a day. The location of where the boxes go inside the truck sometimes you have to learn on the fly because some trucks do not assign the number on the box label to the section of the truck. The boxes that do have a correct label will have 4 digits that show where the box goes. The numbers are multiples of 500 and are anywhere from 1000-8500, and can sometimes end in FL if they belong on the floor level. So if a box has 4 digits that look like this: 3024, then it'll go on the 3000 section; if it has 3079FL, then it'll go on the bottom of that section. Here's a map of how the trucks assign their sections: Are UPS trucks like this as well? I sure hope so, so I can tell them to send me directly to loading trucks instead of unloading trailers .